An African woman of 30 from South Africa, Marange, Manicaland area has revealed that her husband left her because she refused to sell of their triplets last year, 2020.
The woman, Olinda Maposa said her husband wasn’t happy with her having triplet. She said she refused and the next thing she realize was the husband threatening to kill the babies if she doesn’t evacuate his house.
The husband, Obey Mucheki said because they are all girls, one should be sold out.
Narrating her ordeal, Olinda Maposa disclosed that her husband was not pleased after she gave birth to triplets.
“I gave birth to my three children that are Rukudzo, Rujeko and Runako, but my husband, Obey Mucheki, proposed to sell one girl in protest that all the children are girls. When I shot down the proposal, he then gave me five days to vacate our home, threatening to kill me or the baby.”
she has had a 11 year old child at the time and was left to survive with her four children. After her situation got the proper attention, she was given a hand of support by the Zimbabwe’s minister of information, publicly and broadcasting services.
The minister, Senator Monica Mutsvangwa attended the ZANU PF women’s league inter-district meeting in Marange on the 15th of May, Saturday, 2021. During the meeting, she said;
“After having faced a lot of challenges since i gave birth to my triplets, I am happy that I got help from Mai Mutsvangwa. I am highly delighted as i was facing difficulties in taking care of the three girls.”
Senator Mutsvangwa pledged to assist with groceries and basic provisions every month. The Minister said;
“Mai Maposa gave birth in South Africa.We are going to assist her. The woman came with her children all the way from South Africa after she was not well-received by her husband for giving birth to triplets.
“As a women’s league we should bring to the fore such need cases. As the local senator, I will give the family food every month. We will look for sponsors, even approaching the First Lady so that the three girls get support and are able to go to school.”